The album is a sequel to Ross’s debut 2006 platinum album Port of Miami. Shortly after the release of his 9th studio album – Rather You Than Me, he announced Port of Miami 2: Born to Kill in an interview with Papa Keith at 10. The Beat: My 10th album before I close out my 10th year will be Port of Miami 2: Born to Kill. The first single for Port of Miami 2: Born To Kill titled Florida Boy was released on February 2nd, 2018. On March 20th, an official trailer for the album was released on the Maybach Music Group twitter. Port of Miami 2: Born to Kill Q&A.
Port of Miami (album). Studio album by Rick Ross. Michael Endelman of Entertainment Weekly said, "On Port of Miami, Ross turns the minute details of drug distribution and dealing into ominous, slow-rolling songs, like the hypnotic, organ-driven hit single Hustlin ’ and the Scarface-goes-South Beach stomp of Cross That Line. In general, the whole crack-rap trend (see: Young Jeezy, Clipse) is a disheartening one, but Ross’ pulpy debut manages to enthrall despite the drug-centric lyrics
For the Rick Ross album, see Port of Miami (album). Aerial view of PortMiami. PortMiami, formally the Dante B. Fascell Port of Miami, is a major seaport located in Biscayne Bay in Miami, Florida. It is the largest passenger port in the world, and one of the largest cargo ports in the United States. It is connected to Downtown Miami by Port Boulevard-a causeway over the Intracoastal Waterway-and to the neighboring Watson Island via the PortMiami Tunnel.
04. Rick Ross - Hustlin'. 05. Rick Ross, Akon - Cross That Line. 06. Rick Ross - I'm Bad. Download. 07. Rick Ross, Dre - Boss. 08. Rick Ross - For Da Low. 09. Rick Ross - Where My Money (I Need That).
Label: Def Jam Recordings. Naked addiction meets violent self-determination for an album high on hustler voyeurism and hardboiled tales of cocaine cowboy mischief. Ross is a self-anointed boss of "M-I-Ya-Yo," and while he enjoys the small, simple things - Lear jets, machine guns - all this iron chef really needs "is baking soda, some pots and pans. The production is slow and at times plodding, and Ross' approach on Port is reminiscent of Young Jeezy both in form and focus.
On Port of Miami Rick Ross takes a gamble, eschewing virtuosity for the booming charisma of his authoritative voice and the irresistible sheen of glistening beats. Thanks to stand out moments like Push It and the fantastic Hustlin’, the gamble pays off. Port of Miami Rick Ross. With Hustlin,’ Rick Ross crafted a summer anthem in the classic mold. Its shambling bounce and gleefully profane church organ roar balance sun drenched menace against teeth gritting aspiration to gorgeous effect, mixing joy with sorrow and good-humored braggadocio with a pose of hard bitten criminality.
|A1||For Da Low|
|A2||For Da Low (Instrumental)|
|A3||Where My Money (I Need That)|
|A4||Where My Money (I Need That) (Instrumental)|
|A6||White House (Instrumental)|
|B2||Get Away (Instrumental)|
|B5||Pots And Pans|
|B6||Pots And Pans (Instrumental)|
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